It occurred to me a little bit ago how ridiculous this statement is. Atheists all seem to instinctively realize this, but for you theists out there, let's run through the logic.
I'm an Atheist. Your claim "All Atheists hate God", if taken as true, means I hate God. In order to hate God, by definition I have to believe God exists. If I believe God exists, I'm not an Atheist. Whoops, we've reached a paradox.
The follow up claim is that Atheists hate religion. Well, I can't speak for others, only for myself, and unlike you I can't speak for any supernatural beings either. In my case, you might be able to make a case here, but the truth is that it wouldn't be accurate. I don't hate religion par se, I hate the evil done in the name of religion. Religion almost invariably leads to regressive behaviors and in some cases outright evil. I don't believe religion can be fixed. The only way you could solve the problem would be to bring all world religions under the control of a single moral person who could dictate sanity to his/her followers. This plan, though, is inherently flawed. You need look no further than Catholicism to see the problem. Not to mention the temptation to abuse this extreme concentration of power would eventually overwhelm either the leader or one of his/her successors. It would inevitably turn to evil. Therefore, I think the world would be better off without religion.
On a semi-related note, I just recently found out an interesting fact. The crux of the argument against science in general is that Genesis must be taken literally, not figuratively. It took another blogger writing about the observations of his six year old son to get me to realize something. According to Genesis, God created light on the first day, but he didn't create the Sun until the fourth day. Um…. whoops. Apparently the goat herders of 6,000 years ago hadn't figured out that the light comes from the sun. Oh, and God put all the water in one place. One. Just let that sink in for a few minutes.